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  1. Alabama Department of Public Health Exit Disclaimer
  2. Alabama Emergency Management Agency
  3. Partial listing of Title IV organizations  1 in Alabama
  4. Department of Education Exit Disclaimer
  5. Medicaid Information:
    Medicaid Agency of Alabama


  1. Exit Disclaimer
    This State of Florida Website provides information on
    • Link to the Points of Distributions (PODs) for ice water and shelf stable meals in counties impacted by Hurrica Wilma. It also provides contact information for County Emergency Managementt Offices, some of which have changed locations.
    • Informatiom for the hurricane season.
    • Links for Florida.
  2. Information for Evacuees


  1. Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals
  2. Louisiana Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
  3. Tribal Government, Tunica-Biloxi Tribe Exit Disclaimer
  4. Hurricane Katrina
  5. Partial listing of Title IV organizations  1 in Louisiana
  6. Department of Education
  7. Tribal Government, Jena Band of Cohoctaw Indians Exit Disclaimer
  8. Medicaid Information:
    Louisiana Department of Health and Hospital Exit Disclaimer
    1-888-342-6207/p within LA
    1-225-216-7387/p (TTY)
    1-225-219-0214/p Spanish


  1. Mississippi Department of Health
  2. Mississippi Emergency Management Agency
  3. Partial listing of Title IV organizations  1 in Mississippi
  4. Department of Education
  5. Tribal government, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Exit Disclaimer
  6. Medicaid Information:
    Office of the Governor of Mississippi
    1-601-359-6050 /p


  1. Texas Department of State Health Services
  2. Partial listing of Title IV organizations  1 in Texas
  3. For displaced persons living with HIV/AIDS
  4. The Texas State Board of Pharmacy (TSBP) also has extended emergency refill supply time to aid emergency relief. For more information, visit the TSBP website.
  5. Department of Education
  6. Medicaid Information:
    Health and Human Services Commission of Texas
    1-512-407-3250/p (TTY)

General Information

  1. Departments of Education by State. Source, U.S. Department of Education
  2. State and Territorial Health Departments. Exit Disclaimer Source, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)

1  Title IV of the Ryan White CARE Act provides coordinated HIV services and access to research for children, youth, women and families living with HIV/AIDS. Title IV programs focus on the development and operation of primary health care systems and social services that benefit these population groups.

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